After the bad chest infection I had I thought I’d get a bit of respite from the symptoms. Unfortunately not. The respite lasted just a few days. When I had the bad chest infection, hacking cough etc., my other symptoms did not appear to be bothering me too much. The chest infection was enough to deal with. But now, the other symptoms are back …… and with a vengeance.
Since Wednesday 25th June I’ve been dealing with a pretty bad chest infection probably due to the many infections/infestations and other co-factors I’m dealing with. I’m sure it’s all tied in.
Micrographs from my stool sample -
Here is the large nematode (again), this time it’s in a jar. It was grown in culture.
Two micrographs pertaining to my urine sample:
Three micrographs pertaining to my stool sample. The images had to be downsized so I hope you are able to read the notes (green text) within the micrographs.
Here are my micrographs relating to my sputum sample. You will see at the bottom of the micrograph there is green text which are the notes relative to the findings. (I will do a separate post with regards to EACH of my samples, sputum, urine and stool).
Here are two photographs I took showing the sputum/mucus/slime I spit up constantly. I’ve also posted a picture showing the stringy stuff up my nose. The pictures are not great,(apologies), but it’s the best I could do.
I have had my results for quite some time now, about 8 months. Even when I received my results my first thought was NOT to go straight to my doctor and say “ok, this is what has been going on with me, can you NOW PLEASE HELP ME? I don’t doubt for one minute that my doctor would see, pretty clearly, that I have multiple parasite infections and other health issues requiring medical attention. My main concern was that IF I do go back, would I be treated correctly for ALL of the infections? It is a real dilemma for me. After all I’ve been through. I’m just not sure. I’d seen many people in the past who seemed, in my opinion, to treat ‘by the book’, and to treat one parasite infection like another. That’s how I feel. This is what concerns me the most.
Well, I haven’t had a great week symptoms-wise, at all. Although I’ve been dealing with the awful mucus from day 1 since being ill, on flare-ups the mucus gets more thick and more slimy and there’s more of it. I knew a FLARE-UP was just around the corner.
I think I’d given the scio treatment a real good bash. I did like the machine. I thought it was a great diagnosit tool, really I did. It certainly told me which part of the body/organs was under stress. My liver and kidneys always seemed to show they were struggling. I was just concerned that whatever was making me ill just wasn’t showing up.
I knew I had chronic stuff going on and I believed a lot was ‘hiding’ and we were unable to treat things properly using the scio. I just wasn’t convinced my practitioner was using the machine to its best ability. I didn’t think she was probing the machine enough. Infections can hide and they can be difficult to show up especially with chronic illnesses, so I believe. I think if you’ve been fighting something for so long, it doesn’t react, and doesn’t show, almost like it’s hiding. That is my understanding of it.
I was reading another blog and I found it rather interesting where they spoke of parasites having parasites! I relate to this because it’s what was found in one of my samples I had tested. I want to post a micrograph from my results I received which clearly shows a parasite within another parasite. It still freaks me out to this day. And that’s what’s inside me!
Invasion Of The “Travel Bug” - Except, I Didn’t Travel!
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Parasites have become a growing silent menace that no one wants to face. If you’re thinking, “We don’t have a parasite problem in America or in the Western World” you’re making a mistake with the assumption that you may not be infected. It doesn’t matter what socioeconomic class you belong to because there is a good possibility that you have parasites. Sounds crazy? – maybe not – they simply don’t discriminate.
I began to read a bit more about scio and how exactly it worked. After reading some articles and websites I began to get to grips with it. I understood the basics but that was about it. I wasn’t ready to give up on it because I knew it had given some pretty alarming information which seemed to show that something wasn’t right with regards to my health.
It was just over a year ago when I first had an SCIO session. The first appointment was for 1 and a 1/2 hours. I’d read many sites regarding SCIO and most practitioners like to see a patient for 1 and a 1/2 hours on the first visit in order to get a good background to the patient’s health. My first scio was for 1 and a 1/2 hours. A good part of this was taken up answering questions with regards to my health, my symptoms, how long I’d been experiencing them etc. I also had to fill in some kind of form answering similar types of questions. To make things easier for myself, I’d made out a hand-written note listing my symptoms etc., I have many symptoms and it can be difficult remembering when you’re nervous and meeting someone for the first time. I found this helped me and it also made sure that I had remembered everything.